Drunken Driving After The Death of a Model in Kerala. Palarivattom police nabbed the lone survivor of the Chakkaraparambu vehicle accident on November 1 that killed three people, including former Miss Kerala Ancy Kabeer and runner-up Anjana Shajan. Abdul Rahman (25) of Mala was arrested by police, who said the collision was caused by intoxicated driving and that Rahman was the one behind the vehicle at the time.
According to sources, Rahman survived with minor injuries since the airbags were activated after the collision. Rahman was prosecuted under IPC Section 304 (the penalty for criminally negligent homicide not equal to murder) and the Motor Vehicles Act Section 185 (driving while inebriated or under the influence of alcohol or drugs).
Likewise, Mohammad Ashiq (25) of Vemballur, Thrissur, dead at a medical hospital in the city after suffering severe injuries in the tragedy. Ashiq was on ventilator support after suffering several fractures and a head injury. He ended up dead at 8.25 p.m. on Sunday, according to reports. After an investigation, police returned his body to his family on Monday. In Thrissur, he was employed with an advertising agency.
At approximately 1.30 a.m. on November 1, the vehicle slammed into a tree in Chakkaraparambu while attempting to avoid whacking a bike. Ansi Kabeer, Miss South India, and Anjana Shajan, Miss Kerala first runner-up (2019), both died on the scene. The gang was reportedly returning from an event in Fort Kochi and heading for Thrissur. Before crashing into the tree, the automobile collided with the bike’s silencer. Daniel Davies of Kanjoor, who was riding his bike, narrowly avoided serious injury.
The police have indeed filed a case-based IPC Sections 270 (rash driving) and 304-A (driving while intoxicated) (causing death by negligence). The accident was determined to be caused by speeding by the police and the motor vehicle department. Police had made inquiries at the guesthouse where the group had stayed and attempted to retrace their steps to figure out what had caused the catastrophe.